Grindeys Conveyancing is a well-established law firm based in Stoke. We specialise in a number of different practice areas and have grown substantially over the years to become one of the leading providers of legal services to the residential property and remortgage markets.
We always work closely with our clients and provide a friendly and approachable service.
We offer a range of services, including:
For more information on any of our services, please contact us today.
We believe that good businesses need not be in conflict with environmental and social considerations.
We take threats to the environment seriously and seek to limit our carbon footprint wherever possible. We make extensive use of electronic communications to ensure post is kept to a minimum. Where printing is required, we print double-sided onto paper sourced from renewable sources.
We employ a “switch-it-off!” policy to ensure that power consumption is kept to a minimum and operate a staff “Cycle To Work” scheme.
We believe that all people are equal and deserving of the same level of respect.
We treat our people fairly and equally. We seek to encourage personal growth through in-house training. We give local school-leavers the chance to grow with our firm.
We treat all of our customers equally and with courtesy at all times.
Information Security and Privacy
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Important Information about Grindeys Conveyancing
VAT No: 991 2756 85
Our services are provided by solicitors of England and Wales, regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority(SRA). The SRA Rules can be found by clicking here.
Grindeys Conveyancing is a trading name of O’Neil Patient LLP registered in England and Wales with number OC322650.
The term “partner”, if used, denotes a member of Grindeys Conveyancing or an employee or consultant of Grindeys Conveyancing with equivalent standing.
We are required to annually collect, report and publish data on the diversity of our workforce. This data is available on request – please ask if you would like to receive a copy of our latest report.
The Legal Ombudsman is an independent and impartial scheme set up to help resolve legal service disputes. Their website can be viewed at www.legalombudsman.org.uk